Bismarck, North Dakota
Bismarck is the capital of North Dakota and one of the most important trade centers for wheat and livestock. One of the most distinctive buildings in Bismarck is the 74-meter State Capitol, the tallest building in North Dakota. In good weather you can see up to 30 kilometers from the top of the “Skyscraper on the Prairie”. Also impressive is the North Dakota Heritage Center, where you can go on a journey of discovery through time. With its huge exhibition, which includes dinosaur skeletons, Native American artifacts, but also things of today’s life, such as. B. modern agricultural machinery, it is a must for every visitor to Bismarck. Other facilities worth seeing are the Dakota Zoo and Papa’s Pumpkin Patch, which is an experience for young and old. To end the evening.
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Highlights in Bismarck
- State Capitol Building
The State Capitol, built in 1933, is the most striking building in Bismarck and can be visited on a tour.
- North Dakota Heritage Center
The Heritage Center brings together a huge collection of fossil, historical and modern artifacts. There is something for every visitor.
- Papa’s Pumpkin Patch
From mid-September to mid-October, the orange pumpkins can be harvested on the farm. In addition, it offers a wide range of activities, especially for children.
- Laughing Sun Brewing
Good beer in a cozy atmosphere! Since 2012, the master brewer has won several awards with his beers, which you can enjoy here.
Facts & Figures
Area: 71 km²
Height: 514 m
Fargo, North Dakota
Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota and is located in the eastern part of the state on the border with Minnesota. The city in the Red River Valley is proud not only of the three universities located in Fargo, but also of the rich cultural offerings. In addition to the Fargo Theater, known for its annual film festival, there is also the largest art museum in North Dakota, the Plains Art Museum. With over 3,000 works, it focuses on modern, contemporary and Indian art. Technology enthusiasts should stop by the Fargo Air Museum. In addition to modern aviators, you will also find some historically significant aircraft such as the P-51 Mustang. In the Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County in Moorhead you can see the 23 meter replica of a Viking ship that actually crossed the Atlantic in 1982. There are also other interesting and exciting exhibits as well as a replica of a Norwegian church from the 12th century. With over 60 different animal species, the zoo is great fun, especially for the little visitors.
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Highlights in Fargo
- Red River Zoo
The zoo in Fargo is one of the most popular excursion destinations in the region and an absolute highlight, especially for the little ones.
- Fargo Air Museum
New and old aircraft can be seen up close in this museum. Childhood dreams come true!
- Fargo Theater
Well-known artists regularly perform in the Fargo Theater. The film festival also takes place here every year.
- Fargo Walk of Fame
Many famous people have immortalized themselves on the Fargo Walk of Fame. Among them are e.g. B. Bill Gates, Alice Cooper, KISS and many more. Even if the Walk of Fame is not as big as its counterpart in Los Angeles, it is worth a visit!
- Plains Art Museum
With its impressive collection, the Plains Art Museum is a “must see” for every visitor to Fargo.
- Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County
The highlights in this museum are the replica of an original Viking ship and the typical Norwegian stave church.
Facts & Figures
Population: approx. 105,000
Area: 98.3 km²
Height: 274 m